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Pittman to present 'Recent and Emerging Issues in Ag and Food Law: Overview for Arkansas Ag & Food Industries' on Sept. 17 at the Food Science Department.
Harrison Pittman, director of the National Agricultural Law Center, will present recent issues in food law at 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17, in Room D-2 of the Food Science Building.
Local Foods Workshops Present Strategies for Marketing Local Foods Products
Food growers and entrepreneurs looking to break into local foods markets can attend a series of workshops by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Malshe to Present '3D Printing of Food' on Sept. 10 at the Food Science Department
Ajay Malshe, Distinguished Professor of mechanical engineering, will present "3D Printing of Food" at 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10, at the Food Science Department.
Graduate Students Donate More Than 9,000 Meals to U of A Food Pantry
A few dozen graduate students gathered on campus to fight food insecurity for U of A students, faculty, and staff by packing more than 9,000 meals for the Full Circle Food Pantry.
U of A Food Scientists Caution Against Using Liquid Nitrogen With Kids' Foods
Ingestion of liquid nitrogen, as seen in a growing trend of frozen desserts dipped in the chemical, comes with some health risks.
Thoma to Present Seminar on Aug. 27 at Food Science Department
Professor Greg Thoma will present "An introduction to lifecycle assessment of food production systems, with a case study of Greek Yogurt production" at 3 p.m. Aug. 27.
New Research Suggests Tart Cherries May Help Intestinal Health
An international team of scientists found that Montmorency tart cherries helped to positively impact the intestinal microbiome.
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative Draws Native American Youth
The 5th annual leadership summit was held in the School of Law to teach Native American agribusiness and food policy.
International Class Will Be Studying Arkansas Food Industries and Cuisine
The interactive international summer food science short course features Arkansas and regional cuisine, and area food industries.
Human Nutrition's Hanna Named State's Outstanding Dietetic Student
Sara Hanna, a human nutrition student, has been named the 2018 undergraduate Outstanding Dietetic Student in the state by the Arkansas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.